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.s. house of representatives representing maryland's fifth district. [applause] congressman steny hoyer played a leading role in passing this in the house and getting the amendment and macenacted in 200. and on may 9, 1989, i dropped the bill to the senate and on the same day tony dropped it into the house. [applause] from 1994 to 2001 he was vice chairman of the task force on adults with disabilities. currently he is board of directors for the board for americans with disabilities. next is steve bartlett, a former four-term republican from texas who played a major and key role in moving the 8a.d.a. through the house of representatives and just brought informed me brought home two national championships. [applause] she is currently president and ceo of the financial services roundtable. -- he is currently president and ceo of the financial services round table. also, to my left is dick tho rnberg, the united states attorney general from 1988 to 1991. he was instrumental in helping us craft the legislation, drafted, played a critical role during the negotiations between the congress and
. when it came time to move it to the mill in maryland where it would be cast into bronze, he refused to reveal how to take apart. work on the statue became stalled until a man by the name of philip reed solved the mystery. he was an enslaved african american. he worked for the owner of a foundry and was selected to test the bronze statue. he figured out how to disassemble the plaster model by attaching an iron "to the statue's head and gently, ever so gently lifting the top section until a hairline crack appeared. the crack indicated where the joints were located and he then repeated the operation until the five different sections of the statue were discovered. we know about philip reed because the son of a foundry under shared this story back in 1869. it describes philip reed as an expert an admirable work and and highly esteemed by all who knew him. we stand here today not only because of philip reed but for other enslaved african americans like them who worked tirelessly and sacrificed in the face of strife. these plaques in their own right will serve as a symbol of their sacrific
us back to what we will agree is a balance. host:isted call from a democrat line in maryland, good morning. -- let's take a call from the democrats line in maryland, good morning. caller how can they take somebody's wages away from them? some people that do the job do not make enough to make ends meet. so, when you get unemployment, it is really not enough. when you combine them both and a look at what is going on in this country, out in the w guest: thank you. i would just say to you that i hope lots of callers are listening. your two senators have been supporters of this from the beginning. let's just hope they can convince some of the others of their colleagues in the senate to vote the right way tomorrow, to vote for people who are good americans try to find employment. this bill would give them the extension they need until the end of november, only up to 99 weeks so they can put food on the table. host: dallas, texas, republican column. good morning. caller: good morning. i am a republican, i just turned 47 in june. i lost my job in may of 2009 after 12 years with city financ
what they are. what you are hearing, by the way, it is not dissimilar to what i hear in maryland and what regulators are here across the country. bank lending is not where it should be. part of it has to do with the lack of robust demand. you will hear a lot about -- a lot of in a boat -- an adult about how there are not enough borrowers. we also hear stories about credit-worthy borrowers. they have credible cash flows. the bankers did not have to be dependent on the week collateral coming from real- estate. there is cash flow here. these are borrowers that can sustain new loans. why does borrowers are not able to get loans is a challenge. i think we need to do some work on that. significantly, banks lending to small businesses is a critical factor in spurring employment. the notion of getting this right will also have good consequences for employment. >> does anybody else want to jump in on that conversation? >> the federal reserve has just concluded before-on sessions we have had around the country in which we tried to bring together lenders, small-business owners, and others t
is not spread so if you one-- pick one state maryland, you could say most of the cases are in baltimore and montgomery, prince george's county but even in the city so in the district of columbia it is concentrated so there is much more hiv is to the river here than other parts. so the geographic issues are something we think the strategy needs to address. >> can i just say also, piece of this puzzle is that i think, tell the passage of the affordable care act, the dealing with health disparities and the gap in access to good care were dramatic, and some of that have different levels of eligibility for medicaid. that will change. states have different outreach efforts with the doubling of the community health center footprint that occurred because the recovery act, that will change. with the pipeline for additional medical providers, particularly medical providers coming out of minority communities. i think we have some strategies now in place and some funding now in place that goes directly to some of the disparities, some of which are geographic and some of which are economic that have
thank the senator from marylan maryland. >> thank you particularly for your skilled and patient leadership of this committee through this process. i am proud to vote for confirmation. i am honored to be here on this day when after nearly 30 years on this committee our colleague senator speck tore spoke for the last time on a supreme court nominee. she is a remarkably qualified attorney and public servant. she is a lawyer for the united states and managing appellate litigation across the country. she is the former dean of harvard law school and she is a thoughtful lawyer who always seeks to understand and reconcile. she will bring strong judgment, analysis and a commitment to consensus building to the supreme court. she also understands the proper role of a judge as she stated law is not a robotic enterprise. and everything is clear cut and there is no judgment in the process. the simplistic umpire met fore does not explain how to resolve tension between competing constitutional values or apply new rules to the founders unimaginable factual situations. if it were simple, every de
representing the entire state, they have to understand -- you have a conservative estern maryland, liberal montgomery county and baltimore city and so on -- i think all ofhis is being reinforced and is coming on so fast, but the change in the media. it has become so targeted and fragmented that we tend to and reinforce only those views. we only have -- we do not have the nightly news that covers different perspectives. i think that is a real danger. i do not know what the solution is. that is where we turn to the academic community for research. one area where i would like to disagree, cordially, is the issue of federalism. i am not particularly alarmed about the role of federalism. i think the are times in which a very strong national government needs to be there. i think without the national government stepping up on the issue of civil rights, for example, i think without the federal government stepping up on the issue of national environmental policy, even now, without the national government stepping in in a big way to deal with some of these institutional financial issues and
-span2. this week, online city in the cable industry in europe. with the maryland attorney general and cable europe president. tonight on c-span2. watch world leaders from the white house to parliaments around the globe. from this week in the past 25 years. with this he's been video library, online, all free. it is washington and the world, your way. nevada's senate republican nominee spoke at the nevada republican party convention unity dinner on friday. she talks about the differences between her senate campaign and democratic opponent senate majority leader harry reid, who is running for fifth term. it took place in henderson, nevada. hours after, president obama left the state or he was campaigning for senator reid. [applause] >> whoa. i hope you can see me. [laughter] there is no hand-held microphone. good evening, republican levers of liberty. thank you so much for being here. [applause] >> that is a little better. [cheers and applause] >> i had a press men say i did not expect you to be so little. [laughter] and i said, i do not let it fool you. i have been fighting about th
to washington and begin working and she became the chief of staff to maryland quail, the vice president's wife in the white house. she then went on to work after leaving the white house and eventually became the chairman of the county commission in georgia. she then became secretary of state of georgia now she is running for governor. nikki haley and south carolina, her family came from india. [applause] she began working for her father is a cpa when she was 10. she became an account and when was 10. heck of a life. she is now the republican gubernatorl nominee in south carolina. in this country, every man and woman can make themselves. but not for long. and that is the reality we face. it is not just democrats. it is also republicans. so i encourage you as we head out from here, remember discern who the real enemy is, discern who te real friend is. sometimes it is not who you think. sometimes it is who you think but in all cases remember stand on the side of freedom and fight like hell until november. thank you. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen please welcome dio host from the apple,. ♪ >
maryland, donna edwards. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. edwards: i rise in support as a co-sponsor of this amendment and i thank congresswoman lee. this amendment requires that we act on evidee and we know that based on the evidence our afghanistan policy is a failure. numerous strategies and restated mission statements from president bush to prime minister gordon brown to prime minister blair to president obama, we -- restated mission statements continue to fall srt. u.s. military reported that 102 coalition forces were killed in june alone along with the people of afghanistan heightening the iraq war. we need to use our resources to bring our troops, our treasure home. i want to be clear. my opposition to the war is opposition to the policy and not to the brave men and women about we do an an injustice if we do not have a debate. i have seen the conditions on the ground just recently and this war will never end quickly, if at all. i urge my colleagues to support this andment. and whether it was miss crystal or petraeus, it's not about the generalsut abo
the gentleman from maryland, congressman cummings. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman. secretary salazar. one of the things that we are -- that we had with the coast guard sub commitet and transportation committee and one of the things that we were concerned about is the -- what role do you all see the coast guard playing in the future? you know, the legislation passed by the committee on transportation infrastructure will require much more significant role for the coast guard and the approval of the oil spill response plans which is crucial given that the coast guard is responsible for managing the response to the spills. so what steps, if any, mms and the ast guard taking now to strengthen the role of the coast ard and by the way, that's been one of their complats that they're asked to be responsible for overseeing the cleanup, but they don't have enough say in creating the plan. did you know that? they've actually testified to that. either one of you. >> congressman cummings, if i may, the role that we have seen play out with respect to the response with the deepwater horizon blowout and t
, maryland, massachusetts, new jersey, new york, north carolina, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, and south carolina. as you know, we have about $3.4 billion to distribute der the second round of race to the top. which should be ough to fund ten to 15 stat, depending on the size of the winners. but as i have said many times before, this isn't just about the money. this is about working together and putting the needs of children ahead of everyone se. this entire process has moved the nation and advanced education reform. children, particularly disadvantaged children, are the big winners here, because we have all learned souch more about how to find common ground around the things that we know will make a difference in the classroom. i congratulate our governors, our chief state school officers, ected officials, superintendants, principals, team teachers and parents. they're showing the courage needed to get the job done. thank you. i'm now happy to take your quesons. [ applause ] >> and thank you for your address today, secretary duncan and for choosing the national presclub as the place you
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